PPI in the News

Marshall on Appointments of Wall Street Veterans

To The Wall Street Journal‘s Nick Timiraos, PPI President Will Marshall defended the use of Wall Street appointees to high-level presidential administrative positions: Some Democrats…

The Guardian: ‘New Democrats’ sound alarm over Sanders and Clinton’s leftward march

PPI President Will Marshall was quoted in a piece by The Guardian addressing the 2016 Democratic presidential candidates and the party’s shift to the left:…

Mandel on Uber’s True Innovation

PPI’s Cheif Economic Strategist Michael Mandel was quoted by Sam Shead of Business Insider regarding the rise and impact of Uber: Uber’s most significant innovation is not…

Quartz: The TPP could help tiny companies become global exporters

Ed Gerwin, PPI Senior Fellow for Trade and Global Opportunity, was quoted by Ana Campoy of Quartz talking about the importance and influence of Obama’s proposed…

The Washington Post: The mysterious investment bust

Referencing a recent report by Michael Mandel, The Washington Posts‘ Robert J. Samuelson discusses corporate investment: Of course, businesses haven’t stopped investing entirely. In 2014, they…

Washington Post: Lowest performing D.C. Public Schools should become charters

David Osborne’s newest report, “A Tale of Two Systems: Education Reform in Washington D.C.“, was featured as an exclusive in the Washington Post: The D.C….

Wall Street Journal: Broadband Investment is Falling

PPI Senior Fellow Hal Singer’s analysis on the impact of the FCC’s net neutrality ruling was cited in the Wall Street Journal: Before Obamanet went…

Weinstein on To the Point Discussing Affordable College Education

A three year college degree is just one proposal to rethink the cost of college education. With the average graduate carrying $30 thousand in debt…

WSJ: Beyond the Internet, Innovation Struggles

PPI Chief Economic Strategist Michael Mandel’s recent work on measuring innovation was featured in the Wall Street Journal: In a new study, Michael Mandel of…

Financial Times: US income inequality rises up political agenda

PPI President, Will Marshall, was quoted in a piece by Financial Times addressing how 2016 Presidential candidates are approaching strengthening the middle class and reducing income inequality:…